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September-October 2018| Vol 29| Issue 5

Editorial

Overactive bladder: Shortage of good medicine and potential role of traditional Chinese medicine

In this issue of Urological Science, Liu and Lee made a good review on “Traditional Chinese Medicine and Herbal Supplements for Treating Overactive Bladder.” It highlights the methodolog...


Review Article

Traditional chinese medicine and herbal supplements for treating overactive bladder

Overactive bladder (OAB) has a high prevalence of approximately 16%–18% of the population worldwide. Currently, the understanding of and strategies for pharmacological treatment of OAB remain ...


Original Article

Comparative persistence, switch rates, and predictors for discontinuation of antimuscarinics for overactive bladder: A 10-year nationwide population-based study in Taiwan

Objectives: Although antimuscarinic drugs are considered the gold standard for overactive bladder (OAB), high discontinuation rates have been observed. However, no information is known about ...


Original Article

Editorial Comment: Comparative Persistence, Switch Rates, and Predictors for Discontinuation of Antimuscarinics for Overactive Bladder: A 10-year Nationwide Population-based Study in Taiwan

Overactive bladder (OAB) is a storage symptom-based disorder that impacts nearly one-fifth of the general population, with a disproportionate prevalence in the elderly. No definite etiology is yet e...


Original Article

The risk of venous thromboembolism in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms

Objectives: Atherosclerosis may lead to chronic bladder ischemia, which eventually results in lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). Patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE) have a higher pre...


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Urological Science, a publication of Taiwan Urological Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online Bimonthly journal.

ISSN: Print -1879-5226, Online - 1879-5234

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